I was born in Hadley Wood England in 1966. I went to Highgate School and whilst I excelled in some sports especially cricket, academia was definitely not on my list of achievements.
I lost my mother to leukaemia when I was a teenager. Nicknamed, Â‘The CatÂ’ for my ability to sleep any time, any where, I made my debut for Middlesex in 1986. It was here that I developed a reputation for being a cricketer with big talent but little dedication for the discipline of the game. I was an abysmal batter whose career average did not reach double figures.
Unfortunately my larrikin tendencies meant I was later disciplined for numerous offences to do with women, booze, drugs and generally offensive behaviour. In 1994 I was fined for assault.
I played 42 Tests and 20 One Day Internationals for England between 1990 and 2001, and 316 first-class matches, mainly for Middlesex. I retired from professional cricket in 2003 in order to participate in a reality television show. I also co-authored a humorous book and have written my autobiography. WHO AM I?
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